Is the content meaningful?
Is the delivery memorable?
Each category scores out of five, for a total possible score of fifty. From there, each presentation is rated out of five buckets.
The scorecard is a tool that can assist with improving your own presentations, or help you get past the three words—“it was fine”—that often accompany the question “how was my presentation?”
Feel free to use it to have people review your presentations, or to use it to review the presentations of others.
The chart below provides insights into how the categories contained within the scorecard apply to whether a presentation has the potential to be both meaningful and memorable.
Click here to download a PDF version of the scorecard.